Woman, 32, is shot while five others are injured in gunfights in Alabama Park

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Woman, 32, is shot, while five others, including a four-year-old and three teenagers, are injured in gunfights in the Alabama park full of families on Easter Sunday.

  • On Easter Sunday it broke out at 7 p.m. in Patton Park, Birmingham
  • Shots were fired in different directions and up to 1000 people fled in panic
  • One woman was found dead in the back seat of her car, while others were injured

A woman was shot and five others, including a four-year-old, were injured after a shootout in a busy Alabama park on Easter Sunday.

Gunfire broke out in Patton Park, Birmingham, around 7:00 PM, where hundreds of families had gathered.

The 32-year-old woman, who police say was an innocent bystander, was found dead in the backseat of her car after being shot in the head.

A woman was shot and five others, including a four-year-old, were injured after a shootout in Patton Park (pictured) on Easter Sunday.

A woman was shot and five others, including a four-year-old, were injured after a shootout in Patton Park (pictured) on Easter Sunday.

Gunfire broke out in Patton Park, Birmingham, around 7:00 PM, where hundreds of families had gathered

Gunfire broke out in Patton Park, Birmingham, around 7:00 PM, where hundreds of families had gathered

Gunfire broke out in Patton Park, Birmingham, around 7:00 PM, where hundreds of families had gathered

A 21-year-old, a 17-year-old, a 16-year-old boy who was shot in the hip, a 15-year-old and a 4-year-old were hit by the gunfire.

Two of them were taken to hospital in serious condition, while a third suffered life-threatening injuries.

Birmingham police said a group of men had an altercation that led to the deadly firefight.

Witnesses said there were about 1,000 people in the park at the time of the firefight.

According to Alabama Local two women were on a blue Dodge Charger when someone opened fire and hit the car and the two women.

After the initial gunshots, a number of people started firing in different directions as people started fleeing with police and ambulances struggling to enter the park.

After the initial gunshots, a number of people started firing in different directions as people started fleeing with police and ambulances struggling to enter the park.

After the initial gunshots, a number of people started firing in different directions as people started fleeing with police and ambulances struggling to enter the park.

One of them was beaten in the chest and the other was the victim, witnesses said.

After the initial gunshots, a number of people started firing in different directions as people started fleeing with police and ambulances struggling to enter the park.

The witness said, “They didn’t even know what they were shooting at.”

Birmingham Police Sgt. Rod Mauldin said there are no suspects in custody yet.

He appealed to information and said, “This park was full of people, full of families, and we know people have seen things today.”

“We need people to bring up all information about this incident. No matter how big or small you think it is, it’s precious to us tonight. We need descriptions. We need names. ‘

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